Getting a SUMA T ticket from the Metro Valencia machine
Tickets and passes for public transport in Valencia

SUMA T and T+ passes

The SUMA T and T+ options are unlimited travel passes for one person, valid for EMT and MetroBus buses, metro, trams, and Renfe Cercanias (short distance trains). They have a duration of one, two, or three days and are valid in zones A-B (for T passes) or zones A-B-C (for T+ passes).

Recharging Valencia public transport tickets via an app
The majority of public transport tickets can be purchased on mobile apps.

These passes are a good option for days in which you plan on using public transport a lot. You can load them on hard plastic (€2.00) or cardboard cards (€1.00). You can get these cards at an automated Renfe Cercanias or MetroValencia machine, kiosks, and tobacco shops. If you have a Spanish phone number, you can also top your card up on the app RecargaSUMA . For more details on how to get this pass, check the “How to buy your ticket” section in this article.

SUMA T passes

Each of the three SUMA T options has a different time validity. T1 is valid for one day, T2 for two days, and T3 for three days. As long as you tap your card within the limit hours, you can finish your journey after the card has expired. The exclusion of Zone C means that they are not valid for transport between the airport and the city.

Pass Type
Validity
Price
Pass Type T1 T2 T3
Validity 24 hours 48 hours 72 hours
Price €4.00 €6.70 €9.70

SUMA T+ passes

In order to travel to and from the airport, you will have to buy a T+ pass. The only difference between the normal T and the T+ options is that the latter are valid for zones A-B-C, thus including the airport. These passes are only sold at selected stops, like the Airport metro station. Remember that you can also use other passes to get there, like the single ticket, the SUMA 10, the Valencia Tourist Card.

Pass Type
Validity
Price
Pass Type T1+ T2+ T3+
Validity 24 hours 48 hours 72 hours
Price €8.00 €10.00 €12.00
Public Transport zones in Valencia
Valencia’s transport zones A, AB, B, and C. The city centre and the most relevant areas for tourists are all well within Zone A or AB at most.
Introduction
SUMA T and T+ passes